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ANTELOPE VALLEY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY & RESEARCH CENTER - CALIFORNIA
Antelope Valley Genealogical Society, Inc. (AVGS) was organized in 1976. Our purpose is to encourage an interest in genealogy, preserve genealogical materials, and assist researchers with their research techniques. AVGS has opened its own Genealogy Research Center housing a growing library collection of over 600 books, periodicals, and CD-ROMs.
ARCHIVAL RESEARCH CATALOG (ARC) OF THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES
Archival Research Catalog (ARC) of the National Archives
BAYLISS PUBLIC LIBRARY, SAULT SAINTE MARIE, MICHIGAN
Bayliss Public Library serves the residents of Chippewa County and is affiliated with the Hiawatha Library Cooperative and the Library of Michigan. Bayliss Public Library has a collection of materials of historical and genealogical interest. Both historians and genealogists may find valuable resources within this collection. The collection includes Michigan-related books, documents, and other materials, plus a variety of indexes, databases, microfilm, and on-line full text transcriptions and photographic records.
CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY - CALIFORNIA HISTORY SECTION
The California History Section holds a major collection of documents from and about California's rich history. The documents range from books, maps, newspapers, and periodicals, to pictorial materials (including daguerreotypes, lithographs, stereographs, and paintings) and ephemera (such as posters, programs, pamphlets, and sheet music).
CATHOLIC HERITAGE
Website for the Networking Archives and Libraries in the Catholic Church (NALCC) project.
CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY
The Center for Jewish History is one of the great public Jewish historical and cultural institutions in the world, and its mission is clear: To foster the creation and dissemination of Jewish knowledge and to make the historical and cultural record of the Jewish people readily accessible to scholars, students and the broad public.
CIVIL WAR GENEALOGY RESOURCE LIST
Civil War Genealogy Resource List from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY MAKING OF AMERICA COLLECTION
The Cornell University Library Making of America Collection is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. This site provides access to 267 monograph volumes and over 100,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints.
DAGUERREOTYPES AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
Harvard's extensive photographic holdings include more than 3,500 daguerreotypes, which are gathered together in this online collection. Housed in libraries, museums, and archives across the University, Harvard's daguerreotypes include some of the earliest successful photographs of the moon, views of the first operations using ether as an anesthetic, rare portraits of African-born slaves, and Harvard's earliest photographic class albums.
DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY
Western History and Genealogy from the Denver Public Library. Over 120,000 of the images in the collection have been digitized and are available for viewing online in the Digital Image Catalog (formerly Photoswest). The Digital Image Collection consists of prints and negatives that document the history of Colorado and the American West.
DOCUMENTING THE AMERICAN SOUTH
The University Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sponsors Documenting the American South, and the texts and materials come primarily from its southern holdings.
DUKE UNIVERSITY
Duke University Digital Collections
GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE MORRIS LIBRARY - UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE LIBRARY
The collections of the University of Delaware Library include material of interest to those conducting genealogical research. They are particularly strong for Delaware history and families. The Library’s online, print, microform, and manuscript materials include family genealogies, publications of genealogical societies and state historical societies, local histories, vital statistics, collections of wills or deeds, military records, census material, and other categories.
GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH ON THE CIVIL WAR
Genealogical Research on the Civil War from the Newberry Library.
GENEALOGY DEPARTMENT AT THE SULLIVAN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - INDIANA
Genealogy/Local History Dept. at the Sullivan County Public Library. Staff will do research in indexed, printed sources and will only search materials dealing with Sullivan and surrounding counties. If a request includes sources beyond this geographic area, staff may recommend other libraries to contact. Sullivan, IN
HENDERSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY
The Library collection includes many resources about the history of Kentucky and Henderson County, as well as surrounding counties. Many resources are also devoted to the genealogy of families in Henderson and Kentucky.
HUNTINGTON LIBRARY HUNTINGTON LIBRARY'S
Huntington Library's Early California Population Project (ECPP) provides public access to all the information contained in California's historic mission registers, records that are of unique and vital importance to the study of California, the American Southwest, and colonial America.
HURON COUNTY LIBRARY - GENEALOGY RESOURCES
Huron County Library Genealogy Resources, Canada. Includes access to 1842 Huron District Assessment Roll.
IMMIGRANT GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY (IGS)
The Immigrant Genealogical Society (IGS) was founded in 1982 to help Americans trace their ancestors' origins, particularly in the German speaking areas of Europe and the places in the world to which they migrated. The society maintains a genealogical research library, publishes a newsletter and two periodical journals, and offers searches of its holdings for users worldwide.
KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT FOR LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
LOS ANGELES REGIONAL FAMILY HISTORY CENTER
The Los Angeles Regional Family History Center or LARFHC was established in 1964 to service the needs of the then 6.4 million citizens of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
MANUSCRIPT READING ROOM (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)
The Manuscript Division's holdings, approximately sixty million items in eleven thousand separate collections, include some of the greatest manuscript treasures of American history and culture and support scholarly research in many aspects of political, cultural, and scientific history.
MARY BALL WASHINGTON MUSEUM AND LIBRARY
Mary Ball Washington Museum and Library: Genealogy & History Library. Lancaster, Virginia.
MARYLAND STATE ARCHIVES
Maryland State Archives including land, military and probate records.
MISSOURI HISTORY MUSEUM - LIBRARY AND RESEARCH CENTER
Preserves St. Louis and Missouri history through exhibitions, programs, research, publications, archives, and library research.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES - ACCESS TO ARCHIVAL DATABASES
The National Archives - Access to Archival Databases featuring military personnel, passenger lists, prisoners of war, photographs, and more.
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS AND COLLECTIONS
Washington University provides an index to various natural history museums and collections.
NEW JERSEY STATE LIBRARY
New Jersey State Library cyber desk.
NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY GENEALOGY GUIDE
Guide to Tracing Your Immigrant Ancestors from the New York State Library. Includes citations for tools for research such as Passgener Manifests, Naturalization Records, Alien Deposition Records, etc.
ONLINE ARCHIVE OF CALIFORNIA
The Online Archive of California (OAC) provides free public access to detailed descriptions of primary resource collections maintained by more than 150 contributing institutions including libraries, special collections, archives, historical societies, and museums throughout California and collections maintained by the 10 University of California (UC) campuses.
PALOS VERDES LIBRARY LOCAL HISTORY COLLECTION
The Ephemera collection is an eclectic mix of loose-leaf materials such as, pamphlets, flyers, letters, brochures, real estate promotionals, snapshots, newspaper anniversary supplements, bulletins, and other miscellany related to the Palos Verdes Peninsula, its institutions, organizations, and environs
STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES OF FLORIDA
Spanish land grants, Confederate Pension Application Files, World War I Service Cards, and more
SWENSON SWEDISH IMMIGRATION RESEARCH CENTER
The Swenson Center located at Augustana College, is a national archives and research institute providing resources for the study of Swedish immigration to North America, the communities the immigrants established, and the role the immigrants and their descendants have played in American life.
THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF SCOTLAND
The National Archives of Scotland
THE RUTHERFORD B. HAYES PRESIDENTIAL CENTER
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. Hayes had a strong interest in genealogy and as such his presidential library has a large collection of genealogy materials.
THE STATE OF WISCONSIN COLLECTION
The State of Wisconsin Collection
UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OF LAW
The University of Oklahoma College of Law: A Chronology of US Historical Documents
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES
A Guide to Genealogical Resources at the University of Virginia.
WILLARD LIBRARY - EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
The Genealogy and Local History department of Willard Library, Evansville, Indiana





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